Led Zeppelin’s 2007 Reunion Concert Streaming Free for a Limited Time

A quick heads up: Led Zep­pelin’s 2007 reunion at Lon­don’s O2 Are­na is now stream­ing free … for the next two days. Writes Jam­base: “Found­ing mem­bers vocal­ist Robert Plant, gui­tarist Jim­my Page and mul­ti-instru­men­tal­ist John Paul Jones shared the stage that night for the first time since 1995. Jason Bon­ham, the son of Led Zep­pelin drum­mer John Bon­ham, was behind the kit for the 16-song per­for­mance. Cel­e­bra­tion Day, the con­cert film and live album doc­u­ment­ing the one-off reunion, was released in 2012.” Stream it above (or on Zep­pelin’s YouTube chan­nel.) Find the setlist below.

Good Times Bad Times 0:01:43

Ram­ble On 0:04:54

Black Dog 0:10:38

In My Time Of Dying 0:16:31

For Your Life 0:28:22

Tram­pled Under Foot 0:35:17

Nobody’s Fault But Mine 0:42:17

No Quar­ter 0:49:16

Since I’ve Been Lov­ing You 0:58:41

Dazed and Con­fused 1:07:04

Stair­way To Heav­en 1:18:58

The Song Remains The Same 1:27:47

Misty Moun­tain Hop 1:34:24

Kash­mir 1:39:32

Whole Lot­ta Love 1:49:38

Rock And Roll 1:58:01

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Relat­ed Con­tent:

When Led Zep­pelin Reunit­ed and Crashed and Burned at Live Aid (1985)

Hear Led Zeppelin’s First Record­ed Con­cert Ever (1968)

What Makes John Bon­ham Such a Good Drum­mer? A New Video Essay Breaks Down His Inim­itable Style

Led Zep­pelin Plays One of Its Ear­li­est Con­certs (Dan­ish TV, 1969)

Jim­my Page Describes the Cre­ation of Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lot­ta Love”

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